Whether it’s created by Bard (Google), ChatGPT (OpenAI), GPT-3, GPT-4, LLaMA (Meta), or other AI content generators to come, Quetext’s AI detector will identify non-human generated content.
Simple and easy to use, subscribers will be able to just copy and paste the content they’d like to check and click “Detect AI”.
Our AI detection tool will immediately get to work for you, analyzing your content at the sentence and document level, providing you with peace of mind.
Once complete, our detector will provide you with clear results, showing the likelihood of content being written by a human, or artificial intelligence.
AI-generated content refers to text that is created by artificial intelligence platforms, using natural language processing techniques and machine learning algorithms. It is often produced by language models, such as chatbots or content generators, which have been trained on large datasets of human-generated text.
AI-generated content can be helpful in providing a foundation for further research and writing. Although AI-written copy is generally factually accurate, it does not express the natural originality of human thought, the nuances of human contextual understanding and judgment that reflects the unique nature of human communication and creativity. In some cases, factual errors, context misalignment and other challenges occur in AI content, in addition to the natural ethical challenges AI generated content poses. Quetext’s AI detector provides subscribers with the ability to better mitigate and manage these risks, helping assure originality of content.
To know how our AI content detector works, it helps to understand how AI content is created.
To create AI content, software must first be trained with a series of language models. The software is fed thousands of books, articles, and other written copy. The software consumes this content and learns the relationships between words and phrases, taking note of the statistical patterns of one word following the next, in addition to many other complex signals. Once a language model, like GPT, has been fully trained, it is able to read and understand questions posed to it, and respond with unique responses that are a combination of the thousands of articles it consumed during training.
Detecting AI content works in a similar manner. Generative AI content detectors analyze the content it is provided, looking for language nuances, statistical irregularities, and issues in authenticity and uniqueness. The tool then assigns a score based on how likely one word, phrase, etc. is to follow the next. Content that is considered ‘irregular’ is considered more unique, and thus, more likely to have been written by a human, than a chatbot or other AI tool.
The process of analyzing complex text to identify AI generated content is similar to the natural language processing analysis done to detect plagiarism , which is why Quetext’s AI detector is expected to outperform other detectors.
Our AI Content Detector has been highly accurate in testing, consistently providing accurate AI writing detection. Artificial intelligence is a dynamic and rapidly developing field, with new technology emerging constantly, creating an ongoing challenge to continuously enhance solutions, develop new techniques and train platforms. Quetext’s unique position as the leading plagiarism checker and our leading-edge application of language processing technology provides a distinct advantage in developing and maintaining a leadership role in AI detection.
The accuracy of other AI content detection tools varies depending on the specific detection model and its training data. While these tools have improved over time, they can still have limitations, especially in detecting text generated by ChatGPT models like GPT-2, GPT-3, GPT-3.5, or GPT-4. False positives, where legitimate content is flagged as problematic, can and often occur.
Ongoing research aims to enhance the accuracy of these tools by refining algorithms, expanding training datasets, and addressing challenges associated with detecting AI-generated text. Quetext’s mission is to promote ethical writing practices through originality, including ensuring human-generated content, and we are committed to helping our society and subscribers employ best-in-class technology to achieve their goals and our mission.